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so shannon says this is a big deal. not something the doj does lightly. don't forget to join us here tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. in the beautiful fox kntheater in detroit. see you then! tonight -- donald trump moves one step closer to the gop nomination after big wins on super tuesday. >> i would love to see the republican party and everybody get together and unify. >> herman cane, geraldo rivera and monica crowley are here tonight with reaction. then, is the establishment using senator marco rubio to try and take down trump? >> and the presidency of the united states will never be held by a con artist! >> patrick buchanan is here tonight to weigh in. and hillary clinton goes on
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the attack against donald trump. >> america never stopped being great. >> does the clinton campaign fear the gop front-runner? plus, i'll go one on one with former mexican president vincente fox over donald trump's plan to build a war on the border. "hannity" starts right here right now. welcome to "hannity" and tonight donald trump is surging towards the gop nomination after winning seven states in super tuesday. and following his strong performance trump says he's the candidate to bring the republican party altogether. take a look. >> i am a unifier. i would love to see the republican party and everybody get together and unify. and when we unify, there's nobody, nobody that's going to beat us. >> here with reaction, contributor herman cane, geraldo rivera and monica crowley with us. herman, let's start with last night. i think if you add it two ways,
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if you agree that donald trump and ted cruz the insurging candidates, 10 for trump, 4 for cruz and 1 for marco rubio. you now see the reaction from the establishment. what is your take? >> my take is the establishment thought four months ago that trump was going to flame out. he didn't. he got stronger. so the establishment i believe is acting insane and irresponsible. because now they're in a panic because they can't control trump so now they do want to get behind marco rubio. there's nothing wrong with trying to promote the person what you want to support. the problem i have, sean, is they also simultaneously want to try to stop somebody else. the american people who voted for trump have spoken. let it play out. if he's nominee, they ought to support him. >> i have a twitter fight
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earlier with this plit come high, geraldo. i went on radio saying that this is not the marco rubio i have known all these years. how many times in his interview last night can he say con artist and fraud and won't denounce the kkk and hired illegal immigrants and misspelled the words and the size of his hands? that's not marco. it seems to me the establishment is putting this in his head and regurgitate it. >> i have big hands. >> thank you. >> marco rubio clearly took on the role as attack dog. marco rubio became what chris christie did to him. chris christie destroyed marco rubio's candidacy. >> is this the real marco rubio? i don't think that's marco himself. >> i don't -- i'm not a shrink. i don't care. i only know what i see. marco rubio tried to take down trump and indeed if you analyze
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the results last night, i think donald trump underperformed. now, marco rubio is effective in some of the attacks and same time marco rubio destroyed his own character. he made himself smaller than he is. than he could be. he i think e lemm naliminated ae to be the nominee. >> it seems -- >> -- underperform and still triumphant. no doubt about it. >> i think i would -- >> i think there's influence coming from outside. i think he is being fed this, probably promised a lot of money. i don't think this is the marco that we have known and, you know, except for comprehensive immigration, a lot of people respected, to me it is like a ckamikazi mission. what now? they're all going to blow up the party because they so hate the insurge insurgency? >> yeah. the establishment is panic mode for a listening time about donald trump and only now starting to get really serious
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about it and they have decided that marco rubio is probably their best shot at retaining control of the party apparas. remember, they hate donald trump but they fear him more because they can't control him. so i think -- >> they hate cruz, too. >> of course. of course because he's blowing up the whole system, too. with rubio, and what he's done over the last week or so, i think the calculation is that the only way you have any chance of trying to take donald trump down is by mirroring him. by mocking him, dismissing him, the way he's done with so many other candidates from jeb bush to marco rubio to ted cruz. that you've got to fight him on his own territory. the problem is donald trump is the master of this game. and you can't beat the master at his own game. >> and if anything, her man cain, donald trump showed a side of himself. speaking objectively here. not taking sides in this. but donald trump showed a side of him that was very different last night. you could use the word presidential in the way he
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approached. he was magnanimous coming to ted cruz and his victories. how tough it is to run for president. you know, and what i'm watching sheer the kitchen sink, scorched earth, mma knuckle brawl and where does this go tomorrow night in the debate, herman cain? >> well, i agree with you. i saw a different donald trump through the eyes of the lens of the media last night when he did sound more presidential. he sounded conciliatory. he sounded calmer and up touched on some significant substance issues. this is what i heard from my callers and listen erps to my radio show today. now, where does this go tomorrow in the debate? we'll have to wait and see because as you know ben carson what's announced he won't be there called for more civility. let's see whether or not marco rubio is going to continue the attack -- >> not happening. >> attack dog approach you
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talked about which i think that's just not his character and i think that makes him seem smaller by trying to continue to go down that road and then let's see what happens tomorrow. is the big unknown. >> geraldo, i think this is going to be an mma, bare knuckles bloody brawl tomorrow and they're going to try to take trump out in one pump. it's a hail mary. >> i agree. i don't know why you're giving marco rubio the benefit of the doubt. he was a little snot nose in the attack on trump. trump, on the other hand, as a person who considers him a friend, i love donald trump. he profoundly disappointed me, sean, with that kkk david duke thing. don't tell me about the disavowals. >> stop. he did it in august. social media. >> 1976 -- >> 100 times, geraldo. >> give me one intelligence. june 1976 first interviewed david duke at a cross burning outside of new orleans. i have known this guy over 40
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years. he is a disgusting -- >> he is a racist punk. fine. everybody says -- how many times does he have to say it? >> why did donald trump, why did donald trump allow even an equivocation? >> there wasn't. that's not accurate what you're saying. >> the power he has. >> that's not the accurate. >> that david duke is a -- >> stop. >> is scum. >> he said it in august. he said it on friday. he said it on social media all weekend. >> you're not being fair. >> for the fact that he allowed -- why not condemn wit the same vigor that he condemns the chicago gang bangers or isis? because that's where he resides. >> to bring it back to tomorrow night at the fox news debate, look, marco rubio is constantly trying to bait donald trump into mutual combat on territory that they both understand. mocking, dismissing, ridiculing. my advice to donald trump is don't take the bait because if you start taking the bait and
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falling into the trap, you're fighting on the same ground. what trump did yesterday -- >> not his nature, though. >> yes. but what he did yesterday, he called a press conference rther than a campaign rally. very smart. he took questions from the press. his demeanor was calmer, more presidential. i think if he proceeds that way he'll end up calming a lot of fear that is a lot of people might have about trump and his demeanor and carries himself going forward. is he presidential? i think he took a big step toward that last night. if the others want to engage in a brawl tomorrow, my advice to donald trump is fight back when necessary, defense yourself, but don't necessarily take the bait. deny the others the ability to drag you in. >> all right. herman, real quick because we have to go. >> yeah. well, i agreel with monica entirely. that is, if he keeps that same demeanor of last night in the press conference, he will rise above all the bickering that's going to take place as well as
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all the attacks that are definitely going to come against him tomorrow night. >> all right. thank you all. geraldo, you will be back on this. we need to have an argument. thank you all. next on this busy news night tonight on "hannity" -- >> we are going to send the message that the party of lincoln and reagan and the presidency of the united states will never be held by a con artist. >> so, is the gop establishment, are they sending marco rubio on a suicide mission that could ruin the florida senator and blow up the party? we'll check in with the origin sur gent patrick but kcanca nand cornell west is here weighing in on the 2016 race and one on one with the former president of mexico, fox. that and more tonight on "hannity." hey buddy, you're squashing me! liquid wart remover? could take weeks to treat.
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good evening. live from america's news headquarters, i'm jackie ibanez. republican presidential front-runner donald trump for the first time laying out his plan to reform health care. trump's seven-point plan would repeal obamacare, allow the import of prescription drugs and turn medicaid for the poor into block grants for the state. the department of justice giving immunity to a clinton staffer who set up her private e-mail server. some of that core responrespond classified. north korea firing missiles toward the sea of japan. south korea said they fell into the sea, hours after the security council approved new sanctions on the north korea in response to the nuclear test.
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i'm jackie ibanez. now back to "hannity." for all the headlines, log on to and welcome back to "hannity." senator marco rubio is hammering gop front-runner donald trump with vicious attacks on the campaign trail. take a look. >> he's not a tough guy. he told a protester i want to punch you in the face. he doesn't sweat the pores are clogged from the spray tan that he uses. donald is not going to make america great. he'll make america orange. he's always calling me little marco. and i'll admit he's taller to me. he's like 6'2" and i don't understand why his hands are the size of someone 5'2". have you seen them? they're like this. you know what they say about men with small hands. you can't trust them. we are going to send the message that the party of lincoln and
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reagan and the presidency of the united states will never be held by a con artist. >> so rubio's attacks a suicide mission and could it ruin his career and destroy and hurt the republican party? here to answer that question, author of "the greatest comeback," patrick j. buchanan. how are you? >> fine, sean. >> so i watched marco in two interviews last night. for the record, i've always liked him. very hard not to like marco rubio. i get the sense that he couldn't get out the word con artist, fraud, supporting the kkk, hiring illegal immigrants, trump university over and over enough and probably a preview of tomorrow's debate. do you agree with me that probably this is -- that this is not marco we have known and, b, probably being influenced and he's the hired gun nowinsurgenc?
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>> i think he's made a calculations decision to be -- getting the applause of the media establishment, the establishment. he's tearing down donald trump. the establishment wants him destroyed. mar mar marco volunteered to be the instrument of destruction. he won't be the nominee. i don't think the trump people at the convention sum port marco after these type of attacks but there's no doubt about it. it's effective. it has marco tremendous amounts of attention. he never otherwise got. let me just tell you about the strategy they had in virginia. they ran all these savage attack ads on trump again and again and again. that's where i live. marco is calling him a scam artist, a con artist. marco closed the gap there. that's the strategy between now and the ides of march. >> okay. but if you look, pat, he got the votes in northern virginia, not an area where any republican
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will do well in a general election, same at minnesota. minneapolis/st. paul, not republican friendly territory here. what is his goal here? to win or prevent trump or cruz from getting the delegates? >> this is not a -- you're right. this is not a general election strategy. it's not even a good nomination strategy but it is a good strategy if the objective of you and your supporters is to bring down trump no matter how you have to do it because we can't accept him and there's a lot in the media, a lot here in the establishment in washington, there are a lot of pokes in the party delighted to see donald trump taken down. >> you don't think there's back door and close door meetings and he is not getting support and being offered money to do all this? maybe it's my mind. i think this is orchestrated, well funded and well organized. >> right. i think this helps marco in the
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short run. in the long run i agree with you. may terminate the political career. i don't understand if they manage to destroy donald trump, who do they think's going to get the nomination? marco rubio? >> ted cruz. >> likelihood is ted cruz and the establishment doesn't like him anymore than -- >> they hate them both and you, also, pat. they don't like me, either. >> well -- >> there's 14 or 15 contests. 14 or 15 go to insurging candidates if you agree they're insurgents. let's look at the polls. real clear politics average in florida, for example, trump 43.8. here's how bad it's gotten. i want to be very clear. i like the old marco rubio. i didn't like the comprehensive immigration bill but i have always -- he was a tea party guy in 2010. but when he runs an ad like this, invoking the kkk, when donald trump disavowed it again and again and again, this to me
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is -- this is now way beyond the pale of what i would expect in a primary: let me roll tape. >> i asked donald trump three times if he would disavow the support of david duke. >> i have to look at the group. >> trump refuses to denounce the kkk. think about that. for president? >> ronald reagan made us believe that it was morning in america again. well, now the children of the reagan revolution are ready to assume the mantle of leadership. >> that's a rubio superpac. pat, your reaction to that. because i'm stunned. >> well, this is -- it is outrageous. everybody knows that david duke has got nothing in common with donald trump and trump and the kkk is preposterous, outrageous. a reporter goes up, do you renounce the kkk? they put that in people's minds. it is insidious and the idea that rubio and his superpac, i
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understand why they're doing it. they want to destroy this guy. sean, they're going all out. >> does it work? do you think this works? and also what's coming in tomorrow night's debate. >> i think to a degree it is hurting i think it hurt trump. the attack ads in northern virginia. i don't know if the kkk was in there. these things are designed to hurt him. my guess would be you might see some kind of closing in florida. but again, you got to wait for april 15th. or excuse me. march 15th. i'll tell you. then at this point we'll see whether trump has a clear shot to the nomination and can't be stopped or short in terms of delegates. >> win ohio and florida on the 15th? >> i don't think so. one of the two or loses them both, he's not done. there's races between now and then. but i will say this. look. the people and the republican establishment, the e nor mouse
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turnouts -- >> they should be ecstatic and happy. >> they pull this party together, sean. you can beat hillary. the turnouts of her and bernie are anemic despite for bernie. >> isn't it amazing? >> this is winnable if the party gets together. >> but they hate the two top guys, two most popular people that are winning in this process. they hate them. >> well, they're going to have to get over that by -- after march 15th. i'll tell you. are they will be responsible for blowing not only opportunity to win, this i think if you drive these trump people off from the party coming in -- >> they're again. >> the party is gone and i don't know why it shouldn't it. it's been repudiated. not coming back on trade or open borders or the rest of it. that is over. bush republicanism is yesterday and the establishment has got to wake up to it otherwise it doesn't have a future at all. >> all right. pat buchanan, the original insurgent, thank you for being
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with us. >> thank you. >> i'll get along great with congress. okay? paul ryan, i don't know him well. i'm get along well with im. if we don't, he'll have to pay a big plan. >> they're working on la plan of donald trump. did the party establishment underestimate the campaign? also later tonight -- >> we know we have got work to do. but that work -- that work is not to make america great again. america never stopped being great. >> so does hillary really fear donald trump? ed henry with a full reaction and reaction of professor cornel west and one on one with the former mexican president over the border. that and more tonight on "hannity." incredible bladder protection from always discreet
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i'm going to get along great with congress. okay? paul ryan, i don't know him well but i'm sure i'll get along great with him, and if i don't, he'll have to pay a big price. 0ing? >> that was republican
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front-runner donald trump talking about speaker ryan last night. so is it time for the gop establishment to accept that trump will be the nominee? here with reaction, conservative columnist a.j. delgado and former white house press secretary ari fleischer is with us. a.j., you were right about trump's rise way before people and we were discussing this on twitter and dead-on accurate. when marco rubio, who i know you used the like and i have always likes him, invoking the kkk in spite of many disavows, disavow, disavow, to me it's a bridge too far. to me, in my mind conjures up a conspiracy to go scorched earth and destroy the party because they're not winning. >> absolutely. and i think the establishment has a choice to make. they could either go with rub yes's disgusting tactics lately or they can realize that trump will be the nominee so they could either get on board or
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they can choose to reveal themselves to be puppets of the donor class, people who are not with the american people and standing against immigration, the trump is with us. it's a case of, you know, to borrow my fellow guest's former boss's tomorrow, you are with us, with trump and standing against illegal immigration and standing against the donor class or you're with us the likes of marco rubio. somebody who said in 2010 that he would never support amnesty and then exactly the moment he was elected into the senate did just that. there's something mentally or morally wrong supporting this type of candidate. >> looking at 14 out of 15 contests won by insurgents, donald trump's success in the race, what i think the establishment is not getting is that they created donald trump and ted cruz's popularity by not using the power of the purse to repeal and replace obamacare, by making a promise in 2014 that they would defund obama's executive amnesty. you know, look at the polls,
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exit polls last night. 60% of republicans in most states feel betrayed by their party and now the establishment is turning around and scorched earth not winning? >> well, i do think the establishment helped create the rise of donald trump with the frustration a lot of voters feel with all things republican and i think barack obama created donald trump because -- >> he's -- >> he's been the lead contributor of the difficulties in washington this people are crying out to go in a different direction. but here's the shape of the race as i see it right now, sean. trump train is leaving the station but at this point it's got 34. 9% of republicans on board. that's the percentage of the winning vote in 15 states. 34.9. he's not above 50 yet. and when you go back four years ago, mitt romney won 50% in 4 states by super tuesday and didn't put together a majority coalition and that's why march 15th is crucial. i'm willing to say it's over
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then. but right now, remember -- >> it is not over. i agree. >> the majority have said they want somebody else. that's the shape of the race. >> but you have five people race up until today. ben carson not at the debate tomorrow. trump reached out saying i want to bring the party together. it's going to be probably a bare knuckles brawl tomorrow night. what do you think will happen? >> i think he'll take florida. i'm in florida. we see through marco rubio here and i think that will be the death knell in rubio's candidacy. we're tired of two-faced politicians. somebody that not only supported amnesty but the front man for it. we don't want this type of man in the oval office. at least floridians don't. trump takes florida and see the coalition and maybe kasich and carson drop out and the voters are a big bloc of them, some of cruz's will go to trump and then the numb near this is ari's alluding to he needs to ferment
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his status. >> happening bother you, scorched earth, invoking the kkk even though there's many, you know, disavow, disavow, disavow? that bothers me. >> i criticize donald trump for the answer to jake tapper's answer and did answer it properly at the news conference. he created that problem himself. i accept it. >> he did it the friday before and over the weekend. >> that's not an excuse not to do it in the jake interview. he krcreated his own problem. here's the second point about the shape of the race and the type of campaign now. donald trump questioned ben carson's religion. >> he is tough. >> questioned marco rubio for being corrupt with the credit card. i don't fault him for punching back. that's politics. if it's wrong for rubio, it is wrong for trump. welcome to politics. >> what's a blood sport. i have to roll.
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a.j., welcome back. i forgot to call you. >> i missed you, sean. >> we appreciate you being back. ari, always good the see you. coming up next tonight on "hannity" -- >> we know we have work to do. but that work, that work is not to make america great again. america never stopped being great. >> all right. during the peach last night, hillary clinton slammed donald trump. is that a sign that clinton is starting to fear the gop front-runner? well, the one and only cornel west will join me and then later tonight former mexican president vincente fox ridiculing donald trump and the plan for the border wall. i'll go one on one with him later tonight. i am benedict arnold, the infamous traitor. and i know a thing or two about trading. so i trade with e*trade, where true traders trade on a trademarked trade platform that has all the... get off the computer traitor! i won't.
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but that work -- that work is not to make america great again. america never stopped being great. instead of building walls, we're going to break down barriers and build -- build ladders of opportunity and empowerment. >> so the clinton campaign fear donald trump? joining us, ed henry. do they fear him? >> reporter: well, sean, at least publicly they insist they don't and i think when's going on here with the comment you saw there, a series of comments, a strategy of hillary clinton. looking past bernie sanders. he won four states on super tuesday, out-raised here in the month of february and another $12 million beyond what she raised in february. he is not going away. hillary clinton wants to look past him attacking donald trump instead. secondly, she's having an enthusiasm problem, an energy problem and so that's why she
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wants to pit herself against donald trump. go after some of his incendiary comments and basically say, look, i'll restore sanity here. that's about her trying to juice democratic turnout and enthusiasm. but as you say, there are some democrats warning the clinton campaign may be a mistake for them to take donald trump lightly. look at mudcat sanders, used to advise jim webb and said today i think trump could beat her like a tied-up billy goat. there are many areas that look like sherman went through and didn't burn anything. it's sad. it should be no surprise to anybody that voters in the states are gravitating to trump. she wants to make it clinton v trump and may be that but there are some democrats warning her that trump might be stronger
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than he thinks in a general and bernie sanders is trying to tap into the very same voters and you have the ohio and michigan primaries coming up next two tuesdays and sanders hopes to make a last stand there. sean? >> i hope she's paying attention that the fbi director is taking ownership of the investigation and the former u.s. attorney says he believes a grand jury is convened. we'll watch closely. ed henry, thank you. >> good see you. >> joining us to weigh in on the 2016 race, the professor of philosophy and christian practice at union theological seminary and at princeton university, dr. cornel west. >> always a blessing, my brother. >> i have a hard time going at you. we're good friends. let's play for you, don't you find the race card repugnant? >> nosk. >> tell me if this is playing the race card. >> republican governors and legislatures are erecting one barrier after another that make it harder for black people to
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vote. it's a blast from the jim crow past. and we need to call it for what it is. >> and it's state after state, they're doing everything they can to stop black people, latinos, poor people, young people, people with disabilities from voting. it's a blast from the jim crow past. >> do you know anybody that's trying to stop black people, latinos, poor people, young people, people with disables from voting? >> no. i think there's no doubt. i was talking to my brother reverend barber about the voting suppression activity. >> do you know anybody that's actively trying to stop people from voting? >> not a question of motivation but consequence. if in fact we see it's harder for black people, brown people to vote -- >> how harder? >> no. that's the arguments are about. >> but when she talks about jim
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crow past, i and then a southern accent, i thought we were done with that in the '60s. that's playing the race card? >> it's her attack to be fake and phony and mobilize people. the country is in deep trouble. >> i agree. >> i think that donald trump himself is a dangerous neo-fascist in the making. >> stop it. stop it. throw out the words. stop it. >> it's true. >> a nationalist and he's populist and conservative leanings. that's not a fascist. >> autocratic sensibilities. muslims, the mexicans. the press. >> james clapper, national intelligence director, envoy to defeat isis, it will -- >> on all muslims in the world? >> until we can secure the
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safety and security of america. are you willing to gamble with lives? >> no. but i'm concerned about the precious of -- >> intelligence officers say that isis will infiltrate, don't you ror ri about that? >> we have got on the one hand a milquetoast liberal in hillary clinton. >> milquetoast. >> tied to wall street and big money. and then a dangerous -- only way out is the genuine populism of bernie sanders. >> the socialist? >> populist. >> no. he's an admitted socialist. >> calls himself a socialist. >> he is a socialist. >> i'm a genuine democratic socialist. he's not calling for national -- >> you know how you call me brother sean and travis smily? >> yes. >> he said that hillary better be careful. that the black vote to go to trump. >> well no. no. the black vote won't.
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trump scapegoats the vulnerable too much. women, mexicans. can't get away with that. hillary doesn't have enough gas in her tank and that's what the only person to beat trump is bernie sanders. >> are black americans, millions more in poverty since obama's been president. million more on -- >> child poverty is higher. >> millions more poverty. millions more food stamp s and out of the black force. if i didn't have a summer job, i'm getting in a lot of trouble. >> you and me together. you and me together. >> we would have been good friends. >> absolutely. >> here's the problem. is black america better under obama? no. it's not better under social liberal policies. >> but you know it's symbol. large numbers of black brothers an sisters tied to symbol. >> doesn't put food on the table. >> i agree. >> it is not a job. >> you know my own criticisms have been trying to get beyond
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simpilaribl symbol. >> i know. >> like republicans talking about. if you actually build a wall, less competition with the illegal immigrants. >> you don't want to build a wall. >> a big wall. huge. >> you can't. >> we can and americans to do it. >> no. sean. you don't want to -- >> you need a drink after this. >> a cognac. >> a cognac. >> can't be building no wall. >> we are going to do it. a big wall. i'll go down there with you. less drugs coming into the country. less crime and people that want to come in here legally, they can be part of our family legally. >> yeah. but that's a longer discussion. but at the same time -- >> you're agreeing with me. almost. >> no, no. not at all. >> you winced toward my direction. >> no, no. >> i have to roll. >> all right. >> come back more often. we miss you.
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we are going to have a wall.
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i watched the ex-president of mexico, the arrogance of this man. and i get along great with hispanics. you saw in nevada. i won in the poll. the hispanic vote. vincente fox, first of all, he used the word that you should never -- if i used that word you folks would have never, never, ever get away with it. this is the ultimate word. but he was angry at the concept of somebody saying they would pay for the wall. mexico will pay for the wall. >> that's 2016 gop front runner donald trump taking a swipe at vincente fox. joining me is former president of mexico, vincente fox. welcome back to the program. >> thank you very much. let me start by saying please wake up, america. from this republican nightmare. that is causing a lot of noise outside of united states. i say it with clarity that is
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nothing personal. but it is really worrying us outside of the united states. the way he has said some programs, he's about ready to launch. and i think starting with economic side he shows a lot of ignorance. >> i've been down to the border ten times, i've been in drug warehouses. floor to ceiling, nothing but drugs brought in from your country, mexico, for the children of america. i've seen it with my own eyes. gang members, i've been with border patrol, crossing your borders, similarly i've been out on horseback, dugs -- >> i was ready to speak about the worry of economic and economic terms to show the ignorance of this guy.
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it's -- >> wait. you're talking about -- do you care about the american people? >> very much so because my grandfather -- >> did you care about drugs brought into america? >> my grandfather was an american. >> i'm fine with that. do you care about america? i showed the video. do you care? >> i respect very much america and that's why i intervene because it worries me for america. worries me for the world and worries me for mexico. >> you wouldn't admit to me in the past that illegal immigration exists. do you acknowledge that people are entering america illegally? >> of course it exists. but you don't finish with that with a stick or with violence or being aggressive. >> nobody said to be violent. we're just building a barrier. what's wrong with building a wall, sir? >> that's all right. it is your right. walls don't work. >> oh no.
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i think walls work pretty good, actually. that's why prisoners are surrounded by a wall in prisoners n. a seven-year period -- >> that cannot be. i don't accept it. >> you can hear it yourself. these are border agents giving real statistics. play the tape. >> criminal for you look up there and top left, sexual assault, there's close to 8,000 victims. >> 642,000 crimes since -- >> since 2000. >> in texas alone? >> yes, sir. >> by over 200,000 individuals, criminal history reflected they were committed over 642,000 crimes. >> that's the cost of not securing the border. >> 642,000 crimes since 2008 in
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a 7-year. >> that's a lie. >> so the border patrol is lying. >> in the whole of the united states. >> never going to agree because i believe those people that are there. i was in the drug warehouses. i saw the underground tunnels. i watched criminal aliens arrested. >> we were going to talk about trump. >> we did talk about trump. you used pretty nasty language towards him. >> taking the nation to the dese desert. he doesn't understand about creating jobs. he only lies and lies and lies and uses what's convenient for him without using attention to facts. that's why i say he's an ego-centric. only looking for himself. not for the rest. he believes in the white supremacist. >> that's ridiculous. i have to go. >> that's hitler. i mean, that's -- >> that's hitler? that's a disgraceful comment to say. >> america.
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>> america has a right to protect its children from the drugs that -- listen. i understand most people want jobs. i understand that you didn't fix the economy of your country. >> oh, yes, i did. >> then why are they coming to america? we have the right to protect our children from the drug trade. >> of course you have that right. >> illegal immigrants. >> you have that right. stop consumption of drugs in this nation. >> that's, true, too. i have to go. thank you. >> we don't produce drugs significantly. >> you're right. consumption is part of the problem. distribution is a big part of the problem. i have to go. thank you, sir. we need your help. very important question of the day coming up. straight ahead. spreads throughout the body... to here, inducing hilariously high levels of embarrassment in his son. he knows it's working by that look of abject humiliation on his son's face.
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the o'reilly fact ton tore is on. tonight. >> i'm a unifier. i know people find that hard to believe but i'm a unifier. >> donald trump taking a victory lap after last night's super tuesday vote. we will tell you what his chances really are to get the republican nomination. >> instead of building walls, we're going to break down barriers. >> as we predicted, hillary clinton is now unstoppable. she will get the democratic nomination, unless. >> what i can assure you is that i am very close personally to that investigation. >> it's not bernie sanders mrs. clinton has to worry about. it's the fbi. >> also ahead dennis miller